Come into My Parlour

Mavens of Mystery
Come into My Parlour
Intrepid Club Rental
  • Dates: Dec 27, 2018
  • Location: Intrepid Theatre Club
  • Duration: 1 1/2 hrs
  • Rating: Adult (Children over 12)
  • Genre: Ghost Stories, Storytelling

Join us for an afternoon of ghost stories. It was the tradition in Victorian times to tell ghost stories in the parlour between Christmas and New Years. Lee Porteous and Marva Blackmore have put together an intriguing afternoon of stories to share with you. Can you think of a better way to spend a Saturday afternoon after Christmas and before the New Year celebrations?

Every story has a ghost. Some may be funny. Some may be scary.  But, if you like a good ghost story, then Lee and Marva are certain to chill your bones as you listen to the stories both new and old.

Advance Ticket Price- $15.00- available through eventbrite
Door Ticket Price- $18.00

Company and Artist Info

Marva Blackmore is the past president of the Storytellers of Canada and now lives in Qualicum Beach.  She has performed locally, nationally, and internationally, including at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa. She is the Artistic Director of Tales for the Telling at the McMillan Arts Centre in Parksville and also teaches Memoir Writing on Vancouver Island. Her website is www.wordweaver.info.

Lee Porteous is the president of the Victoria Storytellers Guild. She also has performed locally, nationally, and internationally, including the Forest Storytelling Festival in Port Angeles. Lee frequently travels to Nanaimo to tell with the Around Town Tellers and to Parksville to perform with the Mid-Island StoryTellers. She is always eager to tell you a good story.

Showtimes

Dec
27
Thursday
07:00 pm

Location

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Intrepid Theatre Club
2-1609 Blanshard Street,
Victoria, BC V8W 2J5
Phone: (250) 383-2663

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